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by the representative of indiana. she or the president to work with republicans to balance the urges theshe president to work with republicans to bounce a budget. >> hi. as you have probably noticed, i'm not the president. as a citizen, i'm here at the white house today because i want to make a difference and i hope you will join me. my name is francine wheeler. david is with me. we live in sandy hook, connecticut. david and i have two sons. is aldest son, nate, fourth-grader at sandy hook elementary school. our younger son, then, is six. he was murdered in his first grade classroom on december 14, exactly four months this weekend. david and i lost our beloved son and nate lost his best friend. it turned out to be the last morning of his life. he told me out of the blue, i still want to be an architect, mama, but i also want to be a paleontologist because that is what nate is going to be and i want to do what nate does. 's life -- love for fun was unmatched. he could not wait to get to school every morning. third theyed at his auto recital. .e was bright and spirited until that morning, 20 of our chi
in some states. the latest: last week the indiana supreme court upheld a 2011 state law allowing tax funds to be used for private schools through tuition vouchers. we turn again to hari for that story. >> sreenivasan: ahead of last week, the republican governor rallied students and parents at the state legislature in indianapolis in support of the voucher program. in 2011 education correspondent visited indiana soon after the law passed and found passions still strong on both sides. then state superintendent tony bennett was the driving force behind the republican-led choice movement. >> what this has done, it has allowed and the statistics are bearing it, it is allowing families the opportunity to pursue prosperity for their children. >> sreenivasan: democratic state representative ed delaney said he preferred high-quality public schools over choice. >> this is not a scientific experiment. it's an attempt in my view to just push down public education. >> sreenivasan: indiana is one of more than 15 states that allows public funds to be used for private education. there are several types of
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increase. and it's a shame because i can tell you, you know, hoosiers in the state of indiana, hard-working folks are sitting around the table every day trying to figure out how to balance their budgets at home, you know, having to pay tax bills tomorrow and having to do all the things that they expect our federal government to do. and as we try to incentivize people and teach people to save money, save for retirement, don't be he dependent upon the government, this is a, this is a shotgun blast, this is really tough for families to be able to hear now that we not only have a president who is insisting on more tax increases in addition to the tax increases in obamacare, in addition to the tax increases from last year, carried over, this president is insisting on having his way in making sure that one way or the other, they extract more money from working americans and i just think that, you know, folks at home are worried about this, governor, they're worried about it in the state of indiana. >> mike: i know you have an exchange with the president and you actually asked him whether
are talking about rising water levels in states like indiana and illinois even areas further south. what happened out here last week we saw significant rainfall amounts falling from a storm system. up to 8 inches reported in some areas. that has produced a lot of flooding and water levels will continue to rise in areas further downstream. we are tracking a number of flood warnings across indiana and illinois and areas further south. that's exactly what we have a storm system producing areas of more rain. 1-2 inches of rain is here. we have moderate rainfall over missouri and indiana. we are also going to keep a eye on mississippi river further downstream in tennessee, mississippi, arkansas and down into louisiana. we could be seeing flooding out here as the flood levels continue to flow further downstream. temperatures waking up very chilly behind the storm system in the 30s. minneapolis only 27 in the city of denver. >>> maria molina in the weather center. thanks. >>> here's what we would like for you to brew on today. a school's new dress code has parents up in arms. they are live indi
from indiana to talk about coal in indiana. >> thank you. mr. speaker, i rise today in strong support of our coal industry and the men and women who work in the industry. you see, i grew up in a small town in illinois, 1,400 people, where my dad was a united mine worker for 36 years. all my friends' parents worked in the coal mine. coal created good middle class jobs for those who lived in my hometown. i've been down in these mines in my hometown when i was a kid and recently in my district now, in southwestern indiana. i've met the proud, hardworking coal miners and i've seen the impact their hard work has on the local economy. in 2010 indiana mined around 36 million tons of coal and consumed nearly 65 million tons. mr. bucshon: currently indiana has more energy underground in the form of coal reserves than the entire united states does in oil and gas reserves. indiana's demonstrated coal reserve base of over 17 billion short tons is enough to maintain the current level of production in indiana for 500 years. the reserve base for the entire illinois basin, which includes indiana coal
and the dechristianization of america on after words. sunday night at 9:00 on booktv. >>> indiana congressman talks about the federal budget and the boston marathon attacks. from washington journal, this is forty minutes. >> we're back with congressman luke, republican of indiana represents the sixth direct. on the budget committee as well. we'll get to the issue. let's begin with a boston bombings. what was your reaction when you found out about it? >> you can't help but be heard broken. we would like to believe in america when you have an event like boston marathon, you can't have the terrorist attack like this. we don't know exactly who did this and are still searching for leads on who to blame, it's clear that the thing was orgestrated in a way it was a terrorist attack. i believe, you know, we have seen the kind of response we need to see starting with trying to make sure folks are safe and we don't have a sort of series of these events in the near term and working toward a process trying to find a perpetrator. >> host: would you say what you have seen from this president and the white house. >> gue
occurred in the eastern state of jongli. the victims are five indiana soldiers and seven civilian staff members. nine others were injured. >> the secretary general is appalled by an attack on a convoy this morning. he calls on the government of south sudan to bring the perpetrators of this crime to justice. >> south sudan gained independence from sudan in 2011 after more than two decades of civil war. fighting has continued between government forces and armed groups. observers believe the groups are backed by the sudanese government. a government group killed 85 south sudanese nomads. >>> indiana may be big but it isn't a big soccer country. it's ranked only 143rd, by fifa. but with the professional soccer league kicking off there seven years ago the sport has been growing in popularity. one japanese player is playing his part. "nhk world" has more. >> reporter: one japanese player active in the indian professional soccer league. soaka, 33, is a striker. although cricket has been the most popular sport in india, there have been some changes in the last few years. the popularity of socce
now and you're telling me that in the state of indiana they are having random lotteries to figure out which kids, which low-income kids are getting kicked off of head start. >> random lotteries now? >> random lotteries. 800,000 people across 19 states are losing unemployment benefits to t tune of 120 bucks a month because of the sequestration but they don't have the visibility, they don't have the access. >> i'll tell you what else they don't have, dana. democratic congressman rick lawrence said they don't have lobbyist head start kids. >> reverend, this is true. it's not only, however, just a matter of unfairness in protecting the rich. the whole idea of trying to do this ad hoc response to the sequester is foolishness because everyone is going to get hit by this. the rich people now have the faa guys in the tower. well, they are not going to have the guys inspecting the plane. do they want their airplane to go down? they are not going to have the tsa guys inspecting passengers in the airport. do they want that? they are not going to have meat inspections. this doesn't affect rich or
mainstream media. we may soon be able to add indiana to this list, lawmakers are deciding whether to make thursdathestate the first in tho require every school to have an armed employee. and indiana house committee yesterday advanced the proposal. we are sorry, mr. president. from the looks of it most states do not in fact agree with you. do not agree with you. and that is healthy for the country. connecticut stripping gun rights from its citizens. telling us why the law did not focus on the illegal part. the question cuts and obamacare, a deadly impact on cancer patients on medicare. that's shocking story next. texas law man laid to rest as the lone star state searches for his killers. next. and i have diabetic nerve. i worked a patrol unit for 17 years in the city of baltimore. when i first started experiencing the pain, it's hard to describe because you have a numbness but yet you have the pain like thousands of needles sticking in your foot. it was progressively getting worse, and at that point, i knew i had to do something. when i went back to my health care professional, that's when
indiana to this list, lawmakers are deciding whether to make thursdathestate the first in tho require every school to have an armed employee. and indiana house committee yesterday advanced the prosal. we are sorr mr. president. from the looks of it most states do notn fact agree with you. do not agree with you. and that is healthy for the country. connecticut stripping gun rights from its citizens. telling us why the law did not focus on the illegal part. the question cuts and obamacare, a deadly impact on cancer patients on medicare. that's shocking story next. texas law man laid to rest as the lone star state searches for his killers. we went out and asked people a simple question: how old is the oldest person you've known? we gave people a sticker and had them show us. we learned a lot of us have known someone who's lived well into their 90s. and that's a great thing. but even though 're living longer, one thing that hasn't changed: the official retirement age. ♪ the question is how do you make sure you have the money you need to enjoy all of these years. ♪ lou: a soldier assig
a guilty plea from the 2008 democratic presidential primary in indiana, there has been another guilty plea. this one from last year's republican presidential primary in virginia. another one that newt gingrich failed to get on the ballot. now we know why. faked signatures. reports say 31-year-old campaign worker jennifer duberary pled guilty to felony election fraud and perjury for faking a slew of name on the gingrich presidential primary petition. last week, we reported a similar guilty plea from former board of elections wor worker beverly shelton in south bend, indiana. prosecutors there say the signatures were faked to get the president and hillary clinton on the ballot in 2008. gingrich's fakes were caught in the election but the president's and mrs. clinton allegedly phony ones were not. it took three years before whistle blower went to authorities. long after that primary election was decided. it turns out that three former democratic party and election board officials will go on trial next month in indiana. this is while another gingrich worker involved apparently, allegedly in th
of the midwestism pacting places like indiana, illinois even into sections of missouri. i want to start out with the temperatures. producing that precipitation is bringing in record cold temperatures early this morning across sections of the plains. 14 in sue faioux falls and extr cold still gripping sections of the plains and as far as the high temperatures not that much warmer only 34 for the high in denver 43 in kansas city. parts of texas were in the 80s. today in dallas we are going to make it in the 60s. we are still going to have flood warnings across illinois, indiana and advisory as well that has been issued as far south as mississippi. we are expecting water levels to continue to rise as we head into the next couple of days even into the month of may. several days of ongoing flooding. patti ann and heather quick move of the snow through the plains as well. >>> yesterday we told you how you could be facing more delays at the airport because of the tsa furloughs. if that isn't bad enough you may also be stuck on the tarmac even longer. lauren simonetti on the fox business network jo
and, indiana university professor. the supreme court took up the first major examination of gay rights in a decade. the court hearing arguments over california's proposition 8 which band same sex marriage. it is the first of two days of hearings on the subject. fox news supreme court correspondent shannon bream with our report. >> reporter: following argument today, the supreme court must now decide whether or not to uphold the wishes of california voters who, in 2008, ratified an initiative known as prop 8. it amended the california constitution to limit valid an legally recognized marriages to only those between 1 man and one woman. a number of the justices today asked why individual states shouldn't be able to make their own decisions about the relatively new concept including samuel alito who said the idea of same sex marriage is newer than cell phones and the internet. >> on the question like that, of such fundamental importance, why should it not be left for the people? either asking through initiatives and refer recommends or through their elected public officials. >> reporter:
in columbus, indiana. because of budget cuts, head start programs have to kick out preschoolers. the ap caption says the man is listening to the names of families that lost their place in preschool in his town. they decided which kids got to stay in head start by lottery. drew names from a fish bowl in columbus and franklin, indiana. 36 kids were booted from head start because their names were not picked and because congress decided to impose arbitrary life changing nickel and dime budget cuts technically called the sequester, for kids in indiana are called no more preschool for you. despite real world harm from the cuts, republicans have seen the sequester as a political victory, because even though they didn't particularly want the sequester, democrats didn't want it, and anything democrats don't want must be a good thing. generally speaking take a buzz saw to the federal budget fits the ideological stance, which is that government must always do less to do better.
are looking to buy fireworks in the great state of indiana, most of the stores that sell them are in the northern part of the state. a whole bunch of them clustered together right along the illinois border, a few more sprinkled along the michigan border. buying fireworks in illinois is illegal. most fireworks sales are permitted in michigan, so having them in the state line in indiana, apparently hardly in another state at all, that makes it easy for residents of illinois or michigan to just pop over the state line into indiana if they want to buy their bottle rockets. for the same reason, you'll find the majority of the fireworks stores in pennsylvania dotted along that state's eastern border, making it convenient for anyone from new jersey or new york city to just drive west, cross just over the border in pennsylvania and you'll be able to buy your pyrotechnics there, too. same deal on the southern most border of new hampshire, fireworks stores, lots of them, including in the town of seabrook, new hampshire. two months ago one store was visited by one of the suspects in the
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everyone really loves it. >> the product you're driving here is -- >> popcorn, indiana. >> popcorn, indiana. and i'm one of those people, i suppose millions, who would like to have a popinator with my popcorn, indiana. what was the result for your client? what was -- give us the metric of success. >> the web traffic just exploded. i mean, it went up by literally thousands of percent. their facebook page gained new fans. i mean, they were the most talked about brand. that was the problem, they were not on top of any other major brand. they just wanted awareness. we gave them exactly that and more. >> well, in keeping with the weekend's festivities and the masters, we thought bubba watson, who won last year's masters, might be the appropriate one to go to. there he is now. what is that? >> a golf cart hovercraft. the first hovercraft that's a hybrid golf cart. >> the decals i saw on the back. >> it rhymes with oakley. >> oakley. and the hovercraft, i think, is a great idea as well. by the way, i have oakley glasses. i'm partial to oakley glasses. but havei have to say, that loo like something
on meals on wheels are not getting those meals. this is an indiana father reacting to the news in his town where they're having a lottery for preschool. they've put all the names trying to get into preschool into a fish bowl and this man is listening to the results of that lottery in his town being called out hoping to hear his 4-year-old survived the cull because of budget cuts. the president in the state of the union. specifically on the issue of preschool. the president said that universal preschool should now be the expectation and the reality in the united states. preschool is so important for kids. well, today a report on that says essentially that we have unfathomable y far to go before we can start to think about universal preschool. we were far behind that goal before we started this new policy we're living through right now of across the board cuts. right noul, we're really far behind and we're getting worse. we're not getting better. tens of thousands of kids across the country are getting kicked off preschool, including in places like indiana, where the remaining few slots are
and indiana franchises jones franchises. >>> cal tran has ordered a complete reinspection of all the parts of the new bay bridge that came from an ohio supplier after cal tran said more than one third of steel rods supplied by them broke after being tightened. the san francisco chronicle reports the failure has raised concern about their ability to stretch during a major earthquake. repairs could cost $1 million. >>> san jose's mayor has sent a letter to bud asking for a face- to-face meeting on the a's proposed move to the south bay. they've been trying to relocate the a's in san jose. he's thinking about putting a ballpark measure on the ballot. the giants have objected to the a's proposal saying they have territorial rights. >> there are people getting hurt feelings and getting upset about the delay, and i think the best way to deal with it is to have a conversation and figure out what issues he's got and give him the answers he wants to we can move ahead. >> a spokesman said the commissioner has not seen the letter and would have no further comment. >>> the average personal income in c
on the wealthy. >>> john walker lindh is fighting for the right to pray five times a day. he is in indiana and they say inmates xeof of any faith can pray three times a day, but the aclu says it should be five times a day. >>> facing political backlash towards gay bans. >> the after the break, take a look at this, a clerk held at gunpoint as a robber collect money from the register, here more about this braising robbery. [ birds chirping ] [ inhales, exhales ] [ announcer ] cigarettes are not just dangerous when they're smoked. [ rat squeaking ] they're dangerous long after. cigarette butts are toxic. they release chemicals that poison our water... and harm wildlife. and millions... are polluting our environment. [ sniffing ] [ seagulls squawking ] >>> authorities are trying to identify a man whose burned body was found during a grass fire in san jose. they were found along the on-ramp on northbound interstate-85. our crew found an i d card and they are trying to determine if it is the person who was killed. >>> young has been identified as the man killed from richmond build. he was trying
. rep. luke messer will be joining us, the republican from indiana. later, we turn solely to the bombings in boston. and the investigative projects on tourism director will be joining us. first a news update from c-span radio. >> members of the house and senate intelligence committees will be briefed by the fbi today about the boston marathon bombing that left three dead and more than 130 people injured. maryland democratic congressman dutch ruppersberger, the ranking member on the house intelligence committee, in remarks to reporters says that members of the panel received an initial briefing from james clapper, the director of the national intelligence agency, about an hour-and-a-half after. yesterday's after meanwhile, officials are looking at upcoming sporting events worldwide following yesterday's bombing. russian sports officials say they will be for lulz security at the soda 2014 winter games and the world athletics championships in moscow in august. british officials are working on improving security for this sunday's london marathon. major cities on both sides of
of indiana, i was too young to get some humor and the jokes, and i was not always tune in to the guests carson had. i just wanted to hear the first two minutes of the show. theme willt show's live forever in my heart. it was through watching carson that allow me to know there was a world beyond the world i was living in. that music. >> i kept it simple. i call it my school song. it put my kids through school. he did not know it was going to be on the air that long. i wanted some comedy relief. they sent me one of johnny carson as a young comic. he had to do a kiddie program. a guy comes over. i pay him. we keep in touch. changingging this, this. i want to do a song. i went in a studio, knowing it was not going to last much longer, and i sent it to him. anderson was the leader. he said, i do not want that kid cutting in on me. i will write some music. johnny called. i said, i am giving you have the song. -- half the song. he and i made a bunch of money. >> did you ever regret? >> not at all. take half of something. tavis: you mentioned something that i was impressed by the candor and hon
on tuesday. we will still see mid '80s. >> some residents of indiana are cleaning up this weekend after rain flooded many counties. rescuers had to save those trapped by floodwaters. flooding also shut down roads and officials declared disaster emergencies. indiana governor mike pence toured some of the worst areas yesterday. some flood victims are returning home today after taking shelter at a red cross center in kokomo. >> officials say that the area affected by the fertilizer plant explosion in west, texas is safe. city council member steve vanek says that the first wave of residents should have been allowed to move back in yesterday. however they will be under a curfew for the time being. the west fertilizer company exploded on wednesday -- killing fourteen people and injuring dozens more. portions of the town were leveled and dozens of homes were damaged. authorities began inspecting the area on friday. council member vanek has re- assuring words for his community. >> everything is safe. any rumors you have heard today, forget about it. it is good. we are trying to get people back in an
indiana. mr. donnelly: madam president, one of the best parts about this job is getting the chance to talk to hoosiers here in washington, back home in indiana and on those special occasions, a chance to see our hoosiers when they are serving our country overseas. when i was visiting our service members in afghanistan and coast province in july, 2009, i asked our indiana national guard members if there was one thing i could do for them, what would that be, and i expected them to tell me about safety vests or about new trucks, and they said joe, we have this handled here. what we need more than anything is a chance to have a job when we get home. we owe our service members that opportunity. from hoosiers serving our nation in afghanistan and around the world to the communities of vincennes and madison and plymouth and gary, the message is the same everywhere. it's about jobs and the chance to go to work and take care of your family. so how do we take a hoosier commonsense approach, focus on jobs and create the conditions needed for our people andure businesses to succeed? -- and our busines
earn a master's degree from cal. he left indiana university in his soft more year and he returned to indiana during the summer to earn his blatch lores -- bachelor's in criminal justice. >> he is setting a great example. >>> 5:56, you know what is happening on our roads now? >> yes we do. >>> we have a couple of big problems, southbound 101 near highway 92, there is a crash blocking one lane is medical de- - metal debris everywhere and one is right at ten is son -- ten son road and it is on fire and traffic may be affected by that. traffic on 680 does look good. let's go back to -- let's go back to the desk. >>> the white house is now calling it a terrorist attack. >>> we are following a major development in the overnight deadly boston bombing. . >>> we are following a major development in the deadly boston
is federal correction institution in indiana. >> bill: i'm thinking of collection he can go to mecca right away. >> he might like it. >> unibomber, ted kaczynski. >> he pled guilty in sacramento. he murdered others and this... double how many did he kill? >> he killed three people and injured about three. >> bill: where is he now? >> he is also why n colorado. >> bill: he is serving life? >> he pled that is the problem. when they plead guilty they cut a deal instead, i would like to proceed with the death penalty in some of these cases. >> bill: if it were me, i would try them. i don't believe in capital punishment. >> if we going to have death penalty. >> eric rudolph. he was caught and on the run for years and they finally got him. >> right. he is in florence, federal, in colorado. >> bill: so they are all except for lindh in indiana. >> he is serving life. >> bill: they catch these guys in boston. >> that is the point. >> bill: they will be executed, you can't do that. >> it's to send a message. >> bill: jesse watters is talking to the folks. we'll be right back. on your prepaid card? i
-yo, we ran short on time. we didn't have time for that. okay. all right then. stephanie in indiana on minority outreach and the republican party and how that's going for them. hello, stephanie in indiana. >> caller: how you doing? >> stephanie: good. >> caller: it's not doing so good. it is amazing to me how they're able to capture the low income group here and really convince them that they are on their side. that the things that they're doing is for their benefit. and all of it really isn't. and we're a town of millionaires surrounded by counties of poor people and it is just amazing how, in a town with so many millionaires, we can't even get an effective bus line to get poor people to jobs. >> stephanie: stephanie how offensive is it to say all we need to do is show up. no, that's not the point of government. you need to actually do something. >> right. >> stephanie: to help people. oi. it was quite a shot -- she was supposed to be the headliner. no encasa, shockingly enough. [ crickets chirping ] >> stephanie: i introduced her and everything and it was tumbleweeds and crickets.
's go to byron in indiana. byron? hey, by! >> bu-bu-booya! >> i like that. what's up? >> yeah, at the southern tip of lake michigan, in indiana, been a fan, never miss your show. want to thank you for all you do and all the advice you're given me. >> well, you're very kind. thank you, sir. thank you, byron in indiana. let's make money together. >> okay. i bought my stock, life technologies, after you had the ceo on. >> wasn't he a smart fellow? >> he sure was. he impressed me. what should i do now? buy? sell? >> -- 70th birthday, bruce. >> i think the stock goes higher. i don't want you to sell it. i would pay 70. we get all of the guys coming in, want to take the company over. so hold on! it's good. animal spirits. it looks like the bears, they could be doing some hibernating. the almighty bull is in charge. i like it. "mad money" will be right back. >>> coming up, breathe right? all week, cramer is taking out stocks that are lighting up the taste. tonight, jim is revealing a play that could keep your portfolio from indigestion. >>> later, natural stunner. some are calling it
and storms in northeast indiana back toward areas in missouri. that will be around here tomorrow, at least that front. tomorrow a slightly better chance for a few showers than today. cold still up in new england. 30s up here with new york at 48. but 60s in charleston and lexington this morning. even norfolk is at 60 degrees. locally pretty uniform air mass. look at the temperatures within a degree or two of 55 across the board. andrews down to 53 but 57 in leesburg this morning and centreville and 54 on the bay in north beach. another look outside on our michael & son weather camera. cloudy skies above but visibility really nice this morning. no problems there. no precip, 57. there's a spot of drizzle perhaps in some of the higher elevations. some coming down 270 early this morning. dew point 49. humidity 74%. other than the spotty drizzle, don't think we'll see too much in the way of precip today. cold air is in place out west out in denver and casper. parts of wipe weil are expecting -- parts of wyoming are expecting 1 to 2 feet of snow from the latest system. the jet stream dipping way
, indiana go to preschool, and think big, ambitious, think mapping the human brain. can we still do big things? think ambitious and mapping the human brain. can we still do big things? "first look" is up next. >>> good wednesday morning. right now on "first look," thieves managed to blow up an atm machine and make away with cash. >>> a manhunt is on the way for two escaped prisoners. the u.s. reacts as it tries to convince north korea not to start nuclear capabilities. >>> hillary and joe on the stump. >>> one of the coolest golf carts around. it's a hovercraft. good morning. right now, police are on the hunt for two dangerous inmate who is escaped from an east texas jail. authorities are using helicopters and search dogs to find them. tucker was awaiting trial for capital murder charges and king indicted on an arrest. they made their get away squeezing through a recreation guard. so far, police have only found their uniforms and footprints behind the jail. >>> elsewhere in texas, police are investigating a person of interest in the decies of two kaufman county prosecutors. mike mclella
have louisville, but that's it. >> i had louisville winning it. that's about it. indiana let me down. >> go blue. no doubt. >> as far as today, we are watching the heavy rain in the deep south. it's a good soaking rain. now need them in april. it's a drenching rain right now. southern louisiana heading into mobile and pensacola. driving i-10, it's by far the worst drive in the country. how much rain? one to two inches. a good soaking. not today for atlanta. we could get as much as two inches of rain across north florida. it looks like the rain is going to come up the mid-atlantic. it could be a soaking friday. again, it's three days from now. it's cold. we can't get rid of this. it doesn't totally go away until next week. the windchills this morning are in the 20s in northern portions of the country. i apologize to those around syracuse that got ten inches of lake-effect snow yesterday. it's a slap in the face. the most snow they have ever gotten in april and syracuse is a very snowy place. 52 and sunny, how much can you complain. >> half of syracuse is on their way to florida for th
state. >>> and could it be a real-life "indiana jones," discovery archaeologists revealing they found the mythical so-called gates to hell. >> i can't wait for this. >>> boy, kevin ware and his mom, got to meet them both. talked about that life-changing moment when he was injured during march madness. stick around. >> speaking of madness, it's motown madness. [ girl ] when i started playing soccer, i wasn't so good. [ barks ] so me and sadie started practicing. we practiced a lot. now i've got some moves! [ crowd cheering ] spin kick! whoo-hoo! [ giggling ] [ announcer ] we know how important your dog is to your whole family. so help keep him strong and healthy... with the total care nutrition in purina dog chow. because you're not just a family. you're a dog family. ♪ into the suuuun.... ♪ you're always on, so we're always ready. tyson grilled & ready chicken. made with all white meat, 98% fat free, and fully cooked. we'll take care of dinner, you take care of everything else. we replaced people with a machine.r, what? customers didn't like it. so why do banks do it? hello? hello
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